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  • Gevz
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    Re: Armenian Diaspora

    Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
    Look how happy you made our Turkish member when you said giving land back Gevs......the graywolfs will move in. lol
    Eddo211 you are one of the smart ones on here and being realistic - if we can get Independence for Artsakh and no more or minimal deaths don't you think it's a good idea? I'm talking about any land that will have no impact on security of Artsakh while still connecting Armenia with Artsakh this can only happen once Artsakh is recognized of course.

    graygays more like it the ones that got owned.
    Last edited by Gevz; 06-01-2015, 11:33 PM.

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  • lampron
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    Re: Armenian Diaspora

    Anyone who points out the obvious must be a Turk! Please grow up!

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  • Eddo211
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    Re: Armenian Diaspora

    Look how happy you made our Turkish member when you said giving land back Gevs......the graywolfs will move in. lol

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  • lampron
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    Re: Armenian Diaspora

    Originally posted by Gevz View Post
    Look at Artsakh - the government of Artsakh will give you FREE LAND and NO TAXES will need to be paid on anything you earn. You just ran away from a country you called home for god knows how many years - Artsakh will give you a peaceful life with free land and no taxes you could even get a contract with the Army and get paid $150,000 dram minimum monthly. Not good????????????????? Most still refuse.

    So we have

    Free land
    No Tax
    Possibly free apartment/house as well as land in Artsakh
    Possible $150,000 dram wage per month for signing a contract and serving.

    Could you imagine you offered all of these to say the japanese or jews how creative they could be.
    Excellent point! The same ones who said (and still say) they wanted land all those years, when they have it have no interest in living on it!

    How many diaspora priests have moved to Karabakh? The answer is probably 0!

    Originally posted by Gevz View Post

    Instead they flee from Syria arrive in Armenia - go into one of these embassies in Armenia and apply for a visa to fk off from Armenia! in the mean time while waiting for a visa they complain about not enough money given to them, they drive a taxi or work some other jobs while paying no taxes.

    GET REAL.


    Instead we have people calling me a turk for saying we should give land back for recognition and peace!!! that's right by having less deaths i'm a turk...it's easy to say what we should keep when none of these clowns have any intentions of living or serving for the country so no possibility of getting killed so they go on about what we should keep BECAUSE IT'S ACTUALLY NOT THEM DOING THE HARD YARDS.
    Of course they will not serve! Armenianism to them is a hobby!
    In the ottoman empire there were no more than 200 Armenian guerillas out of 2 million people

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  • Federate
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    Re: Armenian Diaspora

    One thing I will absolutely not tolerate is sectarianism. Calling people "parskahav" or generalizing about how worthless Syrian-Armenians are is sectarianism and serves absolutely no purpose but to divide Armenians. Enough of this crap please.

    And no more insults. I hate intervening, I try to give people as much freedom as possible because I consider everyone responsible adults who can abide by rules. We aren't a huge community here. The golden rule is: comment on the post/idea, not the poster.

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  • argin
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    Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by Gevz View Post
    Look at Artsakh - the government of Artsakh will give you FREE LAND and NO TAXES will need to be paid on anything you earn. You just ran away from a country you called home for god knows how many years - Artsakh will give you a peaceful life with free land and no taxes you could even get a contract with the Army and get paid $150,000 dram minimum monthly. Not good????????????????? Most still refuse.

    So we have

    Free land
    No Tax
    Possibly free apartment/house as well as land in Artsakh
    Possible $150,000 dram wage per month for signing a contract and serving.

    Could you imagine you offered all of these to say the japanese or jews how creative they could be. Instead they flee from Syria arrive in Armenia - go into one of these embassies in Armenia and apply for a visa to fk off from Armenia!

    GET REAL.
    Armenians always seek life of luxury they never are thankful for what they do have,many people I meet here in America that come to us just to drive expansive cars abandonining their country and what they had,i feel like we do really getting off topic here although we have a good conversation,I ask if the admin can create a page for this specific topic thanks

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  • Gevz
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    Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by argin View Post
    I do agree just the fact that they are not being beheaded or raped should be a blessing,with the decent help they get from the government they can live a happy life,but as you mentioned some expect as much as housing in downtown Yerevan with business shares in hyusisayin phoghoda and such
    Look at Artsakh - the government of Artsakh will give you FREE LAND and NO TAXES will need to be paid on anything you earn. You just ran away from a country you called home for god knows how many years - Artsakh will give you a peaceful life with free land and no taxes you could even get a contract with the Army and get paid $150,000 dram minimum monthly. Not good????????????????? Most still refuse.

    So we have

    Free land
    No Tax
    Possibly free apartment/house as well as land in Artsakh
    Possible $150,000 dram wage per month for signing a contract and serving.

    Could you imagine you offered all of these to say the japanese or jews how creative they could be. Instead they flee from Syria arrive in Armenia - go into one of these embassies in Armenia and apply for a visa to fk off from Armenia! in the mean time while waiting for a visa they complain about not enough money given to them, they drive a taxi or work some other jobs while paying no taxes.

    GET REAL.


    Instead we have people calling me a turk for saying we should give land back for recognition and peace!!! that's right by having less deaths i'm a turk...it's easy to say what we should keep when none of these clowns have any intentions of living or serving for the country so no possibility of getting killed so they go on about what we should keep BECAUSE IT'S ACTUALLY NOT THEM DOING THE HARD YARDS.
    Last edited by Gevz; 06-01-2015, 08:51 PM.

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  • argin
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    Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by Gevz View Post
    I'm actually a lennakanci .

    I don't like it when Armenians only remember Armenia when they are in trouble and just talk crap use Armenia and leave.

    EVERYONE HAS A RIGHT TO STAY IN ARMENIA - BUT STAYING IN ARMENIA AND TALKING CRAP HOW BAD THINGS ARE , LEECHING FROM THE GOVERNMENT AND IN THE MEANWHILE WAITING FOR YOUR VISA APPLICATION TO LIVE IN ANOTHER COUNTRY. DO YOU THINK THAT IS RIGHT?
    I do agree just the fact that they are not being beheaded or raped should be a blessing,with the decent help they get from the government they can live a happy life,but as you mentioned some expect as much as housing in downtown Yerevan with business shares in hyusisayin phoghoda and such

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  • Gevz
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    Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by argin View Post
    I personally go to Armenia every year and have seen many Syrian Armenians back in summer of 2014,many have established yet tiny businesses such as hookah lounges and such,yet some of them do seek and use Armenia as a transitional check point and I don't like that fact one bit either due to some facts you mentioned,yet they are still Armenians and have the right to stay,with them complaining about government is also wrong since some of my relatives in lenakan still live in bad socioeconomic conditions so do hundreds of other families with the same bitter faith.the government's main concern is to invest in the military to strengthen the chances of it's excistence which is the right move and the people should just go with the flow until everything falls in the right place in my opinion
    I'm actually a lennakanci .

    I don't like it when Armenians only remember Armenia when they are in trouble and just talk crap use Armenia and leave.

    EVERYONE HAS A RIGHT TO STAY IN ARMENIA - BUT STAYING IN ARMENIA AND TALKING CRAP HOW BAD THINGS ARE , LEECHING FROM THE GOVERNMENT AND IN THE MEANWHILE WAITING FOR YOUR VISA APPLICATION TO LIVE IN ANOTHER COUNTRY. DO YOU THINK THAT IS RIGHT?
    Last edited by Gevz; 06-01-2015, 08:28 PM.

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  • Gevz
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    Re: Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

    Originally posted by argin View Post
    I personally go to Armenia every year and have seen many Syrian Armenians back in summer of 2014,many have established yet tiny businesses such as hookah lounges and such,yet some of them do seek and use Armenia as a transitional check point and I don't like that fact one bit either due to some facts you mentioned,yet they are still Armenians and have the right to stay,with them complaining about government is also wrong since some of my relatives in lenakan still live in bad socioeconomic conditions.the government main concern is to invest in the military to strengthen the chances of it's excistence which is the right move and the people should just go with the flow until everything falls in the right place in my opinion
    I know a Syrian Armenian family who relocated to Armenia in 2011. They have 2 stores in the Centre of Yerevan and are thankful they got away from Syria and thankful that they live in a safe place now and at the same time make a good living.

    However we have a whole heap of ungrateful bunch of morons who only use Armenia until they migrate to another country in 6 months time meanwhile in that 6 months complain and leech from the government and fark off.

    I'm actually not racist - just have no time for ungreatful morons or people who claim they give back to Armenia.

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